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Thread: Manchester to Scotland and back in a day 3 lochs run

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    cheers guys was considering side panniers dependant on if I keep the vario rails or not shame more makers dont utilize them know a lad on adv rider was making something for them that looked amazing

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    I’ve really gone off hard panniers because they’re not very forgiving if you clip cars with them

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    yeah good point those pesky cars!

    soft do seem to be the way to go

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    BMW now do them....£795 a pair mind......

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    Quote Originally Posted by steele01 View Post
    yeah good point those pesky cars!

    soft do seem to be the way to go
    Whereabouts in the northwest are you? My wife goes to Southport and Liverpool quite frequently and if you were interested in a pair of Wolfman panniers I’ll happily lend mine to you so you can try them out. You’d need to meet her somewhere but the offer’s there if you want to try them.

    It is worth trying a pair because you might find you wanted something bigger but I can get clothes for a week into mine though I’m a scruffy bastard and don’t mind if things come out a bit creased and make me look as if I’ve slept under a bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey B View Post
    Tom, have a look at the LOMO panniers. £50 ! I have a couple of LOMO bags and they are brilliant.

    https://www.lomo.co.uk/acatalog/wate...niers-set.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyB_11 View Post
    Whereabouts in the northwest are you? My wife goes to Southport and Liverpool quite frequently and if you were interested in a pair of Wolfman panniers I’ll happily lend mine to you so you can try them out. You’d need to meet her somewhere but the offer’s there if you want to try them.

    It is worth trying a pair because you might find you wanted something bigger but I can get clothes for a week into mine though I’m a scruffy bastard and don’t mind if things come out a bit creased and make me look as if I’ve slept under a bush.
    Thanks Andy Ill keep that in mind appreciate the offer sorry Ive not been about guys picked a damn virus up so been under the weather.

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